Limited scholarships are available for beginning farmers (those growing 10 or less years) and low income who are active NOFA/Mass members. To apply please click here.
Participants can bring their favorite dish for a potluck luncheon!
This program is free to all participants from the Dorchester, Roxbury and Mattapan areas
The Urban Farming Institute and NOFA/Mass are co-hosting this event on “High Bionutrient Production in Small Spaces.” This workshop will explore how the right combination of biological and regenerative farming approaches can steadily improve your crop quality – especially in urban and small garden settings. You will take away from this workshop new skills including:
• Knowing how to detect and understand the unique advantages and limitations of your soil and your crops.
• Understanding the important interactions between your plants, soil and air, and how attending to your soil health improves them all.
• How to grow better quality food in a climate-smart fashion.
Presenter: Dan Kittredge, Bionutrient Food Association
For more information, and to register Area, please contact: Anna Muhammad email@example.com
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